Regarding the case, the plaintiff claimed to recognize that the companys refusal to employ officially is illegal and that it should enter into an employment contract. The plaintiff also claimed to recover from the company a sum of unpaid wages for several months, losses and compensation for moral damage. The plaintiffs position was based on the fact that he received a signed job offer from our client into the defendants branch in the Republic of Iraq, which contained all the essential terms of the employment contract. The plaintiff claimed that the parties had actually entered into an employment contract.
During the trial, we managed to convince the court that the job offer did not contain all essential terms of the employment contract, and shall be recognized as a preliminary approval of the plaintiffs competency. However, the plaintiff did not have a professional aptitude required for the job. The claim to recover unpaid wages is also dismissed, since wages are remuneration for work and its sum depends only on the quantity and quality of labor put in. The court refused to satisfy the claims in this case in any way.Вернуться